ASNR will review these proposals and will provide the successful applicants with up to $5,000 to start and conduct a collaborative clinical research project.
You may wish to use the ASNR clinical network infrastructure to identify additional collaborative sites for your project.
If you wish to propose a study and are not a member, you can easily become a member.
Considerations for applicants: This ASNR pilot funding opportunity is a good way to seed a collaboration with others who are interested in the same or similar clinical questions.
Winner Announcement: Applicants will be notified of competition results by September.
All research grant recipients will be announced and recognized at the annual ASHA Convention.
Reviewers assign scores on a 1–9 scale for each criterion, as well as an Overall Impact score based on all five criteria.
The Overall Impact score tends to reflect reviewers' assessment of whether a significant study will be completed competently, be disseminated widely, will move the discipline forward, and will yield a substantial research program.
ASNR is seeking to facilitate neurorehabilitation research teams and research projects that are low cost and easy to implement in clinical practice across multiple sites.
The goal of this pilot grant program is to support evidence-based clinical practice as well as to provide opportunities for building research teams and for junior researchers to work with more experienced researchers.